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Temperature is everything when you’re preparing food. Not only does it affect the taste, but it’s also a big part of food safety. For example, did you know that chicken and poultry should hit 165 degrees Fahrenheit before serving? Or that pork needs to be cooked to 145 degrees Fahrenheit?
Knowing the temperature of your food is essential.
This new kitchen thermometer on Kickstarter looks to be a must-have for both professional chefs and people who are just trying to follow that recipe video they found on Facebook. It’s completely digital and can measure your cooking down to the decimal point, so you can keep a close eye on temperature changes. Read more…